- Uncle Soon SS15 will be relocating to Subang Square
- They will be closed for the day on 8th Oct 2021 for relocation purposes
- For more info, you can WhatsApp 010-204 0069
Uncle Soon Fried Rice Will No Longer Be Operating At Restoran Foh Foh
Everyone (or at least everyone in near the Subang area) will definitely know of the exact spot to head to whenever one has a craving for fried rice. Uncle Soon Fried Rice @ SS15 has made a name for its wok hei-filled fried rice with choice of char siu and prawns topped with egg and sambal. It’s time to say goodbye…to the location because they’ll be moving to another location real soon!
Announced today on their FB page, the OG Uncle Soon Fried Rice stall will be relocating to a new spot this Friday, 8th October. Hence, they’ll be closed on that day itself too. Fret not! They are only moving to Subang Square, located opposite of their current spot.
According to the owner’s comment, this time they will finally be moving into their very own shop with air-conditioning too! The exact location of the shop is said to be located beside the Hong Leong Bank corridor, in Subang Square. Naturally, lots of regulars are thrilled and can’t wait to be dining in the new spot this coming weekend.
Looking at pictures of the fried rice already has us missing it! If you’re nowhere near the SS15 outlet, you can check out their latest outlet in Kota Damansara too. Watch how this popular fried rice is prepared and cooked!
Spread The Word!
After dining and dabao-ing at the same ol’ spot for years, it’s time to bid farewell to this spot. If you’re a regular at this fried rice stall then maybe you should let your friends and family know about it.
Uncle Soon Fried Rice
New location after 8th Oct 2021: Corridor beside Hong Leong Bank, Subang Square Business Centre, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
WhatsApp: 010-204 0069
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